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If my fiancé is making 9.50 an hour now and is 2 thousand dollars above 100 percent poverty line and is getting a raise in 3 more months to 10.50 which would put us at 100 dollars more than 125 percent poverty line, will the consular check the 125 percent for the k1 visa or will they go off of the 100 percent above poverty line?

I am pretty sure tht my interview would be held before his raise (November 30 is when he is going to get his raise btw), so what can I do to make my interview smoother?

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what can I do to make my interview smoother?

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If my fiancé is making 9.50 an hour now and is 2 thousand dollars above 100 percent poverty line and is getting a raise in 3 more months to 10.50 which would put us at 100 dollars more than 125 percent poverty line, will the consular check the 125 percent for the k1 visa or will they go off of the 100 percent above poverty line?

I am pretty sure tht my interview would be held before his raise (November 30 is when he is going to get his raise btw), so what can I do to make my interview smoother?

Dear, you only need to meet 100% for the K1 to be approved

But, you'll need to meet 125% for the Adjustment of Status.

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Dear, you only need to meet 100% for the K1 to be approved

But, you'll need to meet 125% for the Adjustment of Status.

Thanks for replying back!

But are you sure about 100% ??

Sorry, but this is confusing the heck outta me, some say, when i looked up other forums, that you gottu have 125% and some say it depends on the consulate?!!!

also, can we extend the interview on a later date? or is it not allowed?

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Thanks for replying back!

But are you sure about 100% ??

Sorry, but this is confusing the heck outta me, some say, when i looked up other forums, that you gottu have 125% and some say it depends on the consulate?!!!

also, can we extend the interview on a later date? or is it not allowed?

I am sure.

I-134 for K1 visas is required to meet 100% of the poverty guidelines.

125% of the poverty guidelines is only required when form 1-864 is needed i.e AOS.

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https://travel.state.gov

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My fiance is back in the Philippines now, but worked on Qatar for 6 years. What steps do she need to take on getting a NBI security clearance from that country. I heard it will be needed for her interview at the embassy coming up hopefully this fall. She got her NBI clearance and fingerprinted last week in Manila. She still have her passport when she entered and departed Qatar. Is possible she can gather her other documents needed and send them directly to Qatar herself or will she need a representative from that country to do it for her?

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